Easy Peasy Halloween Decor To Make Your Home Feel (A Little) Scary
Stressed about getting your home Halloween ready, mamas? Don’t be! Make sure your treat stash is full to the brim for all those trick or treaters and then check out one of the 3 companies below for the most stylish (and easy) ways to set the scene with zero stress.
From glitter bat stickers to mini skull garlands, Halloween pinwheels to skeleton crackers, the range at online party store Party Camel is super cool (the only problem will be in the choosing – you’ll want it all!). If you aren’t fans of the usual plastic fantastic then this is the place to shop as the Party Camel collection is very carefully curated and super cute. Oh and while the traditional Halloween colours are orange and black, if these don’t fit with your home decor or you have a particularly girlie-girl at home who’s obsessed with all things pink (like mine is!) then check out their ‘sugar skull’ range – sooo pretty (and the right kind of scary for little people..).
From plates to cups to decorations to everything you need to decorate your home/table, Party Camel is guaranteed to make your party go with a BOO!
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Haven’t carved a pumpkin this year? Fear not! Buy a gorgeous Marquee pumpkin light, add batteries et voila – too easy! There’s also a ghost version – perfect for hanging by your front door (these lights can be wall mounted) to welcome trick or treaters. Too easy, so pretty.
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Ahhh creative minds, the stuff of arts & crafts dreams (and most frequented venue for all those school projects and school dress-up days!). From educational supplies to home accessories, costumes to artists materials these guys do it all – and A LOT more. And as for their Halloween selection? Massive! We love the inflatable pumpkins, the hanging ghosts, massive spiders webs and paper dizzy danglers – but if you want to go ALL OUT and make your home look like something from the Thriller video then you’ll find everything from tomb stones to really gory props here too.
Featured image via Doris Leslie Blau